Your little girl is precious. I’m sure she enjoyed being outside. The veggies are in good hands now.Picking through some things today in the garden area, and our most recent emergency foster placement is glued to me as my new sidekick, so she helped pick jalapenos, Independence Day heirloom tomatoes, and cucumbers. Also did my usual extreme pruning on some that were turning into bushes. I then went down the back 40 to dump turkey manure/pine flakes in the compost and got distracted by the blackberries along the woods behind my shop. The tomatoes and cucumbers are top notch flavor so far.
She got here at dinnertime last Friday scared out of her mind, next county, with only the filthy clothes she had on, and she's 5. That's why I haven't been on here in a week or so. It was an emergency removal of 4 siblings from the Gettysburg area, all different last names. My wife and I are a foster/resource family under an unrestricted state license as we specialize in mental and developmental disabilities, and severe trauma/abuse for almost 14 years now. Unfortunately she was victim to every kind of abuse you can't even imagine, and it's obvious she never had a father-figure in her life by the way she is glued to only me. She has to help me with everything, and know what I'm doing and where I am at all times. Everything here is exciting to her, she has been inside a horrible house basically without supervision 90% of the time for 5 years. She's enjoying the animals, the pool, and gardening for sure.Your little girl is precious. I’m sure she enjoyed being outside. The veggies are in good hands now.
https://www.reddit.com/r/TikTokCringe/comments/oj4h9t View: https://www.reddit.com/r/TikTokCringe/comments/oj4h9t/this_is_the_funniest_thing_ive_ever_seen/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=mwebWith my hungry neighbors eating my beans, this season's bounty has been limited. I had a total of 1 handful of green beans (Italian and purple combined), and two miniscule carrots. Not really enough for more than one serving.
I cut the tiny carrots into thin coins, and the beans into 1" segments. These were tossed into a plate of seafood breading, and fried until crispy in ¼" of oil.